The Passamaquoddy Trail In Shenandoah National Park Is A Beautiful Hike For Wildflower Lovers

Attention, wildflower enthusiasts!

Tucked away in Shenandoah National Park awaits a lovely trail that promises all kinds of colorful surprises. Namely, hundreds of wildflowers. As you might have guessed, wildflower blooms are seasonal; however, this particular trail is likely to have at least a few things blooming if you visit between springtime and early fall. Of course, even if you miss the flowers, you can still look forward to beautiful scenery and a healthy dose of fresh air. Here’s more on what you can look forward to when you hike the Passamaquoddy Trail in Shenandoah National Park.

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Have you hiked this lovely wildflower trail in Virginia before? If so, tell us all about your experience! Looking for even more wildflowers to enjoy? Check out the Bay View Trail at Mason Neck State Park.

If you’re curious to identify the various flowers you’ll see along the trail, be sure to consult this handy identification guide courtesy of Shenandoah National Park.

Address: Passamaquoddy Trail, Lexington, VA 24450, USA